Gregory J. Hulett

President & CEO

Mid South Manufacturing, LLC

Mid South Fabrication & Coating

Mid South Commercial Construction

GJH Properties, LP

Willow Lake Business Park, LP

Orange Beach Adventure Cruises, LLC

White Oak, Texas

Served on Board of Directors for:

Windward Owners Association

San Perdido Owners Association

Advisory Investor Board iFOLIO

Oklahoma State University

AD - Diesel & Heavy Equipment Technology 1982

About Greg


Gregory J. Hulett is President and CEO of Mid South Engine & Machine, LLC, a company he founded in 1986.

He is also President and CEO of Mid South Fabrication & Coating, Mid South Commercial Construction, GJH Properties, LP, and Willow Lake Business Park, LP.



Industrial, Construction, & Development

Mid South Engine & Machine

Mid South Fabrication & Coating

Mid South Commercial Construction


Commercial Real Estate

GJH Properties

Willow Lake Business Park



No Someday Sport Fishing

San Perdido Condominiums

The Tower Condominiums

Orange Beach Adventure Cruises

Quality, Integrity, Value

Greg Hulett founded Mid South in 1986, originally named Hulett Service Company, as a small machinery repair service.

From one employee and one service truck, Mid South has grown to 100+ employees occupying more than 100,000 sq./ft. of workspace at 3 locations. The company's business model is based on controlling processes, costs, and schedule has led them into several acquisitions over the years, allowing them to grow into a nationally recognized supplier through hard work and a can-do attitude.


Business Leadership

Civic - Fraternal

Current City Councilman & Mayor, Pro-Tem- City of White Oak

Current Board Member & Treasurer, San Perdido Owners Association

Past President, White Oak Economic Development Corp

Past President, White Oak Planning & Zoning Board

Past Master & Treasurer, Danville Masonic Lodge

Past President, T-Bone Walker Blues Festival (501c3)

Past President, San Perdido Owners Association

Texas Scottish Rite Mason 32’

"I'm not going to wait for someday, because there's no someday. If I can do it now, I'm going to do it today."

-- Greg Hulett


Since 1998-2010 and 2014-present, Greg Hulett has served as a city councilman and mayor pro-tem of White Oak, Texas.

Hulett has also served on the Windward Owners Association Board of Directors from 2010-2013 on Perdido Key.

He currently serves as Treasurer on the San Perdido Owners Association Board of Directors.

Hulett has also worked with several local economic development and non-profit groups in East Texas.

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No Someday Sport Fishing

Greg operates a premium sportfishing charter, No Someday, in the Gulf of Mexico.


The Manfort

The Manfort is a premier destination for Greg's collection of memorabilia and features a replica of his boat, "No Someday".

Family First

Hulett is married to Karen Hulett since 1988, and they have three children. He enjoys spending time in Perdido Key with his wife and their children, and his 6 grandchildren.

An avid boater and offshore angler, he enjoys classic and antique cars and loves to travel and seek new adventure.

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